|OAK model||AI, CV, tracking, encoding…||Spatial data||PoE, IP67||Active stereo, night vision||Standalone mode||Coprocessor||Cameras|
|OAK-D S2||✔️||✔️||Wide FOV option|
|OAK-D Pro||✔️||✔️||✔️||Wide FOV option|
|OAK-D S2 PoE||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️||Wide FOV option|
|OAK-D Pro PoE||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️||Wide FOV option|
|OAK-D-CM3 OAK-D-CM4||✔️||✔️||✔️||RPi CM|
|OAK-D CM4 PoE||✔️||✔️||✔️||✔️||RPi CM|
All OAK cameras have a number of features that can be run on the device itself:
The OAK-D family of devices has an on-board stereo depth camera pair. Stereo depth perception, fused with AI capabilities, allows devices to perform Spatial AI tasks, like providing 3D spatial coordinates (XYZ) of detected objects and features, or providing class for each depth point.
The OAK-FFC family can also perceive depth if a stereo camera pair (eg. OAK-FFC-OV9282 pair) is attached to the FFC board.
PoE connectivity, IP67 rating¶
OAK PoE models use Power-over-Ethernet for power delivery and (2-way) communication. All OAK PoE models also have an IP67 rated enclosure (dustproof and waterproof). For more information you can refer to Getting started with OAK PoE devices guide.
Active stereo perception and night vision¶
The Pro version of OAK cameras has an on-board IR laser dot projector for active stereo and a IR illumination LED for night vision.
Standalone mode support¶
OAK PoE and OAK IoT models have on-board flash memory, so they can run in standalone mode, which means they don’t need to be connected to a host computer to operate.
OAK CM models have an on-board Raspberry Pi Compute Module, which is technically the host computer of the OAK SoM, but the device still runs on its own.
OAK CM models have an on-board Raspberry Pi Compute Module, either CM3 or CM4.
Upcoming OAK Series 3 will have onboard quadcore ARM with Yocto.
The OAK-FFC family supports a number of different camera modules For more information, see here.